Urinary incontinence in dogs
Urinary incontinence happens when a usually house trained dog loses control of their bladder. This can be from a number of reasons including hormones, injury or an infection. It is usually noticed when the dog urinates in unusual places, and although if you think it is serious the first step should be a vet, there a number of natural techniques and foods you can try to help your dog improve their urinary tract health.
The secret of cranberries
Not just for Christmas, cranberries should be eaten all year round! These wonderful berries are packed full of beneficial phytonutrients, making them a superfood ingredient with a whole range of benefits. The main use of cranberries for dogs is for supporting their urinary health. A compound found within the fruit called proanthocyanidins (PAC) is said to help manage the amount of bacteria that sticks to the bladder walls. When too much bacteria builds up in this area, it can lead to unwanted urinary tract infections and dog incontinence, meaning cranberries can be a great natural option for helping this issue. A study has also linked the fruit to being helpful for preventing urinary tract issues, making it a great fruit to consume year round, not just when an issue occurs.
Urinary Aids for Dogs key ingredients
To give your dog the best, provide them with the recommended daily amount twice daily for one to three weeks. After this time, give your dog the daily amount no more than twice a week for maintenance. To make things as easy as possible when it comes to providing nutrition to your dog, Urinary Aids comes in yummy soft chews. Gentle and easy on the mouth, they’re the perfect delicious and nutritious treat for your dog to chomp on.
(up to 6kg)
Estimated Use - 30 Days
Estimated Use - 15-30 days
Estimated Use - 15 Days
Glycerine, Potato Flake, Brewer’s Yeast, Full Fat Linseed, Rapeseed Oil, Maltodextrin, Cranberry powder (8.4%), Echinacea Powder (4.8%), Oregon Grape Root, Astragalus Membranaceus, Tapioca, Marshmallow Root.